Juventus chief Beppe Marotta has revealed that the club has not received any bids from Real Madrid for midfielder Arturo Vidal.
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As reported by the Mirror, the Juve official insisted that they hadn’t received any offers from the Spanish giants despite reports to the contrary suggesting that they were the front-runners in the race to sign the 28-year-old.
The Chilean international has been linked with Arsenal, Man United and Chelsea this summer, but it doesn’t appear as though any of the interested parties are any closer to securing his signature.
“Vidal? It’s just rumours, Real Madrid have not come forward. We have a great relationship with them,” Marotta said.
The Serie A champions are expected to go through a tough transitional period after losing both Carlos Tevez and Andrea Pirlo this summer, while Paul Pogba’s future has also been a subject of much discussion.
As a result, it is unlikely that they will want to lose Vidal too, particularly given that the combative midfielder has played a crucial role in their success over the past three years.